Hello. This is Peter. I am just starting a thread to discuss coaching supervision, as I feel it is important that there is a regular review (and self-review) of how coaches do their work. This should be an open two-way process, not like a detached assessment of whether the coach is doing a good job, but an interactive process in which the coach can get advice on any aspects of how their coaching is going, including the discussion of any any negative feedback they have had from clients. The problem with framing supervision as part of the process of “standard-setting” is that the supervision becomes more like an Ofsted inspection. I would argue it should be non-judgemental, reflective and without prejudice. Interested in what people think!